And what does the LORD require of you But to do justice, to love kindness, And to walk humbly with your God?
Micah 6:8 (NASB)
Our mission is to honor God by serving Christians, Christian businesses, and churches, by keeping their disputes out of the court system. By applying God’s Word, the Bible, and the civil laws of the land in order to facilitate peaceful problem resolution, we serve God and protect the reputation of His followers and thereby, His reputation. Christian Mediation helps to spare believers, Christian businesses, and churches from the shame, the pain, and the emotional and financial losses that so often occur during the process of litigation.Let's Talk About It
Mediation is a proven process for resolving difficult conflicts that encourages communication, cooperation, and compromise. Christian mediators trained in Biblical principles of conflict resolution assist individuals, families, businesses, and churches reach agreements without the emotional or financial damage that often accompanies disputes resolved through the legal system. Led by a person of faith and rooted in the teachings of the Bible, Christian mediation is a means for peaceful problem resolution.
Life in a fallen world leads to complex interpersonal problems for everyone, including Christians. Divorces and separations, care of aging parents, asset divisions, disputes in relationships at work, community, and with children, are examples of the emotionally complex matters that Christian mediators can help you to solve while keeping tender relationships intact.
Christian business owners often find themselves in complex business or legal situations requiring professional help. Christians are called to resolve disputes in line with Biblical teachings. Even though a Christian business may seem to be no different than any other business because of the problems it faces, it is the way that the Christian owned business goes about resolving problems that sets it apart.
Conflict is part of our human existence, and even churches not immune to legal problems. For instance, land acquisition or condemnation proceedings, disputes regarding the purchase of goods, contracts, lease agreements, and issues that relate to counseling of church members frequently require intervention that should be resolved in a Biblical manner.